By Rachel Armstrong, Brooklyn Roads Read this feature here.
By Colin Stanhope, PostGenre As the world seems to descend into increasingly challenging times every day, society needs music more than ever to respond to the events that unfold. Read … Read More
By Tom Schnabel, KCRW Several new tracks on the playlist reflect upon the turbulent times in which we live. Check the full playlist here.
By Travis Rodgers Jr., The Jazz Owl It has been an excellent couple of months for Jesse Fisher. First, he participated in the phenomenal War Chant album by Ajoyo. Now … Read More
By Mike Greenblatt, Goldmine Magazine Welcome to Jazzology’s post-bop explosion, reviews of releases from Derrick Gardner to Dave Glasser. Read all these reviews here.
By John Chacona, Let’s Call This I’ve missed some exceptional releases, and will hopefully loop back to give them the consideration they deserve, maybe in feature reviews that will post … Read More
By Matt Micucci, JAZZIZ The Week in Jazz is your roundup of new and noteworthy stories from the jazz world. It’s a one-stop destination for the music news you need … Read More
By Jim Hynes, Glide Magazine Pianist/producer/composer Jesse Fischer with nine new originals explores the connections between groove-based modern jazz, music of the African diaspora, and Fischer’s own Jewish heritage on … Read More
By MIMS, Music Is My Sanctuary We are excited to present a wonderful new piece from Brooklyn based pianist, composer and songwriter Jesse Fischer, a composition taken from his latest … Read More
By Imran Mirza, Blue in Green Radio Welcome to Episode #58 of the Blue-in-Green:PODCAST which sees Imran (re)connect with the incredibly talented musician, producer and composer, Jesse Fischer. Listen to … Read More